In this episode, Dr Anna Tavis provides insight to the drivers of change in performance management systems. She discusses the benefits achieved from overhauling these systems. She urges HR professionals to get educated on the latest designs and techniques, and to acquire skills necessary to overhaul performance management systems in their organizations.
Dr. Anna Tavis, a renowned researcher, author, speaker, educator, executive coach, and consultant, is uniquely focused on the future of work. Her corporate career spans all industries, and she has held C-level and senior level global roles in OD, talent management, and learning and development. Dr. Tavis is an associate professor at NYU teaching graduate and senior level courses in the Master’s program in Human Resources. Dr. Tavis has a unique balance of both academia and application. Her publications are numerous, and she is currently working on a new book about the end of talent management as we know it.
Can a team create a strategy to guarantee that innovation and creativity flourish in the organization? As an HR professional, can you successfully position yourself to support that strategy and be at the leading edge of HR? Anthony Onesto, a business leader with more than 18 years of strategy, product, recruiting, and human resources experience, defines design thinking and how HR can get started in creating solutions around the employee experience.
Anthony currently serves as GM Americas for SmartUp, a micro-learning and peer to peer knowledge sharing solution that enables organizations to exponentially learn and share knowledge. Previously, he served as VP for Razorfish, focusing on global strategies for both technology and data science practices.